We started with the skills checks, where i saw that kev was missing looking, body positioning and a bit of footwork from his skills sets. After putting these in place, and making some set up changes we went to work on cornering. We first used the grassy slope, and then used two corners. Drops were next, and i introduced the mental side of riding. He was soon flying off the largest drop and landing perfectly. We worked on the trail next. And spent the rest of the session linking both bermed and flat corners, rock gardens, fly outs, steps and drop offs. Each run was faster and more in control than the one before. Nice one kev. Get off that seat!
Nath (@ukbike_nath)
Tony (@ukbikeskills)